Mbah Visits Nimbo Community, Vows to Tackle Killings

Peter Mbah, the Governor of Enugu State has assured the people Nimbo Community in Uzo-Uwani, Enugu State that the incessant killings by alleged fulani herdsmen will be addressed.

He said this when he visited the community on Monday following invasion and killing of four persons including a little child on Sunday, 28th April, 2024.

Condoling with the affected victims, Governor Mbah stated that the acts were malicious and unacceptable and promised to track the culprits and bring them to justice.

“I was at Nimbo community in Uzo-Uwani, Enugu State, earlier today following the attack that claimed four lives.

“This dastardly act saddens me greatly. It is malicious and unacceptable to us as a state, and we shall do all we can to identify, track, capture the culprits, and bring them to justice.

“Our primary purpose as government is to guarantee the security and the welfare of Ndi Enugu, and that we must do. We do not want our people to live in fear. Therefore, we will continue to deploy everything within our powers to ensure that they are protected.”

He assured that the dastardly act will not be repeated in the State while noting that the primary responsibility of any government is to protect lives and properties of the people.

“To my dear people of the Nimbo, I deeply empathise with you. I have noted your recommendations and requests, including the need for representation in government and strengthening of local security resources. These will be addressed as promised.

“I assure you that we will not abandon you. Our government will cater for the survivors and families of the victims of this attack. We shall award scholarships to the children of the victims and offer employment opportunities to their family members in need of jobs.

“But more importantly, let it be known that we will never have to go through this again. Enough is enough.”

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